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The commentary on Bang Viet’s poem “The Fire Stove” below is the commentary, explaining the most unique features of the poem, which is the sacred and emotional maternal love, the love for the homeland and the country that originates from simple, close feelings.

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Commenting on Bang Viet’s poem “Fire stove”


Childhood, growing up in a poor village, often leaves in the heart of each child many unforgettable memories. It could be the banyan tree, the well, or the days waiting for mom, waiting for her to come home from the market for the powdered candy, the sugar-covered donut. Especially for people who have to be far from their homeland and family, the nostalgia for the past is even more profound. In the hearts of those who are far away, there is always a longing for the old hometown, as in the Fireplace is the nostalgia for her and the warm pink fire she lights up every morning and afternoon.

Bang Viet was born in 1941, from Ha Tay (present-day Hanoi), he is one of the young poets who grew up during the resistance war against the US. His poetic style is rich in thought, philosophy, purity and is associated with youth, especially students.

The stove was composed in 1963, when Bang Viet was still a student studying abroad in the former Soviet Union. In the nostalgia for the grandmother who raised him from childhood, Bang Viet traced the poem to express his deep affection and gratitude. First of all, for her diligent and generous grandmother, rich in her extremely sacred sacrifices, and at the same time, she shows her passionate love for her roots, for the past, for her homeland, for his family and village. The poem was printed in the book Perfume Tree – Stove Fire, a collection of poems printed with Luu Quang Vu, published in 1968.

The whole work is the world of memories, the passionate reminiscences of Bang Viet about his childhood, the image of his beloved grandmother next to the fire.

“A fire flickers with the morning dew
A warm and cozy fire
I love you and know how sunny it is!”

At the beginning of the poem is the image of a fire stove, this is the image that triggers the author’s emotional circuit, the central image associated with the image of the poet’s beloved grandmother. Although written in the present, the image of the fire here is an image from the past, in the years of childhood, coming to life, shining brightly in the author’s soul. The word “wait and play”, conjures up the image of a dancing fire, rejoicing in the morning dew, while also expressing the image of a fire stove imprinted in the inconsolable nostalgia of the grandchild, the skin nostalgia. about her. “A warm, warm fire” it shows the ingenuity, patience, and resourcefulness of a grandmother, having to light the fire from a very young age, taking care and shielding each wind. . From the memories of the fire, the author has revealed the grandson’s heart for her. Only one word “love” hides so much affection, love, gratitude and respect for her grandchild. Even though that grandchild is now grown, grown up, far away from her embrace, away from her warm fire. The detail “knows how much sunshine and rain” has evoked how much time has passed, evoking the flood and hardship of her life.

“When I was four years old, I got used to the smell of smoke
That year was the year of starvation,
Dad went to the chariot, with a dry, thin horse,
Just remember the smoke in my eyes
Come to think of it, the bridge of my nose is still spicy!”

The images and memories of childhood appear like a slow-motion movie, very vivid and profound through each milestone. Starting with the memories when the grandchild has awareness, that is “When I was 4 years old, I was used to the smell of smoke”. That proves how many times she has lit a fire with her grandmother, the smell of smoke has become a very familiar smell, associated with life with nostalgia, associated with the mood of this grandchild. Smoke is an idyllic taste, familiar to life, if normally no one would pay attention, but for Bang Viet, the memory of a 4-year-old child becomes an inconsolable nostalgia. become something that is treasured and kept in the soul. In addition to the smell of smoke, the author also remembers other memories, the most difficult days of the two grandchildren. That was the “year of hunger and thirst”, the famine in 1945 was deeply imprinted and in the author’s memory, hunger entangled each person to the point of weariness, life became finite, withering infinitely. But the one who remembers the most is still the image of “smoke smothering my eyes”, which until now, the grandchild still seems to feel the stinging heat from inhaling the smoke. In addition, that “spicy” is also the author’s grief when remembering the poor childhood years, the hardships of grandmothers and fathers.

“For eight years, my grandma and I built a fire
Tu howling in the distant fields
When you cried, do you remember grandma?
She often told stories of her days in Hue.
How earnestly how earnest!
Mom and dad are busy at work and don’t come back,
I was with her, she told me to listen,
She taught me to work, she took care of me to study,
The fire group thought about her hard work,
Tu ho! Didn’t come to stay with her, Crying forever in the fields far away?”

When she was a little older, her parents both went away to join the resistance war. The author lived with her for 8 years and was raised by her. It kept flowing in Bang Viet’s reminiscences, so peaceful and full of emotions. “Eight years” represents a very, very long time, in that very long time, first of all, she taught me how to light a fire, the fire of faith, of life, of warmth. friendship. The fire that my grandson and grandma rekindled every day has become a deep memory in the poet’s mind, becoming the main emotional circuit for the whole work. “The sound of tu howling” resounded throughout the distant field, back and forth in the whole poem three times, both anxiously and earnestly. It evokes the vast space in the distant fields, and then evokes the scene of a poor cottage next to a hot fire. The sound of that bird also evokes many memories in the soul of the simple, blue-collar grandmother. Grandma often tells me stories in Hue and those stories live forever in the mind of her nephew, of Bang Viet. The poetic voice is like a heart, like a whisper to her, bringing a feeling of warmth and closeness. It seems that the distance between you and me is not halfway around the world, but I am with you and I make a fire with you. “Tu howu, don’t come and stay with her / Calling to spend time in the fields far away”, the verse seems to have pity, pity for the little bird, why can’t you be with her, to be cherished and cared for by her? but must wander fervently in the endless fields. I stayed with my grandmother, was taught, cared for, and told very kindly by her, she raised me with all her love in place of my father instead of my mother. She is not only taking care of her grandchildren, but also contributing to raising future generations, ensuring a solid rear for those who are far away to be assured of resistance, with a persistent belief in the country’s future. be independent and free. Moreover, the image of the grandchild also appears very filial, very docile, hard-working. Although I was small, I understood her hardship and didn’t want her to have to work harder.

“Five enemies burned the village, burned it down, burned it down”
Neighbors on the four sides returned erroneously
Help her rebuild the thatched hut
Still confident, she told her grandson firmly:
“I’m in the war zone, I have work to do, dad,
Do you write letters, don’t tell them this and that,
Let’s just say the house is still peaceful!”

The poem opens up memories of the painful loss that the enemy has inflicted on the nation, the country, and the poet’s small village. The lyrics also evoked indignation at the crimes of the enemy, “The year the enemy burned the village and burned it down” is a painful memory that forever stings in the heart of the poet. But also in that miserable situation, the image of the grandmother and the fire still stands out. Facing the scene where the neighbors on all four sides were confused and struggling, the resilient grandmother rebuilt the thatched hut with one hand, and Dinh Dinh told her grandson not to tell his parents. Because she did not want to worry about her family and children, not focusing on fighting, she was always so strong and strong, always a solid rear for those who went far.

“Early and late in the evening, light up the fire again,
A fire, her heart is always ready,
A flame of unwavering faith…”

“Early morning and evening” evokes a period of repetition, day and night she builds a fire, not missing a day. It is not a simple daily job but it is also a very patient, persistent and diligent act of the grandmother. The fire she always kindled was not only the fire that was flickering every morning, but it was also the fire she always kept in her heart. Being the presence of persistent belief, believing that one day the country will be peaceful, her children will return to reunite, her grandchildren will grow up, be talented, and believe in a more beautiful life. The image of the grandmother in Bang Viet’s poetry is not only the one who lights the fire, the one who keeps the fire, but also the one who transmits the fire, it is the flame of optimistic faith about life for grandchildren, for generations of children.

After a lot of recollection of feelings of memory, the poet begins to come to reflections on his grandmother.

“Fucking life, she knows how much sunshine and rain
Decades ago, until now
She still has the habit of getting up early
The group of warm and cozy fireplaces,
Group of love, sweet cassava,
New sticky rice joy group, sharing joy,
The group wakes up the feelings of childhood…
Oh strange and sacred – the stove!”

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Poetry emerges with a circuit of thinking combined with a very smooth emotional circuit. The sentence “Lying her life knows how many sunny and rainy days / Several decades have passed until now”, both expressing Bang Viet’s feelings and expressing the author’s thoughts about his grandmother. The word “Lumpy” is reversed to the beginning of the sentence, emphasizing the hard work, the pain and suffering in the life of the grandmother, she does not mind the sun and the rain. She is a very diligent, hardworking woman, she is used to getting up early, has never changed for decades. She knew the kitchen group in the morning and afternoon, from that pink fire, she cooked simple meals of potatoes, but full of love, shared sweetness, sunshine and rain. Although her fire is familiar and simple, it rekindles the heart of the child who is the author of deep memories, persistent beliefs about life and love in the family. Because her fire has so many philosophical meanings, the poet had to exclaim a profound sentence to praise that fire: “Oh strange and sacred fire stove!”.

“Now you’re gone. There’s the smoke of a hundred ships,
There is fire in a hundred houses, joy in a hundred directions,
But still never forget to remind:
– Will you turn on the kitchen early tomorrow?…”

Returning to reality, the poet, although he has gone far, has seen so many smoke, so many fires and so many other joys. But all can not erase the beautiful and difficult memory that has been engraved in the author’s heart. The poet wondered an earnest thought: “Early tomorrow, will you turn on the kitchen?”. I’m far away from her news, the longing nostalgia keeps etched in my mind, I miss her and miss her fire too, I don’t know if she’s still healthy, waking up early to light the kitchen like when I was young at home no. That question is the heart, the worry, the deep nostalgia that I have for her in a place half a world away.

The stove is a world of nostalgia, a line of passionate memories that is a circuit of reminiscence and reflection of an adult grandchild about memories of a childhood. Thereby, Bang Viet expressed his emotions of deep gratitude to his mother who was always diligent, hard-working, resilient, persistent, and hard-working. Not only that, the poet also expressed the respect and gratitude of a grandchild for her, for the country, for her homeland, for her family.

The stove is a famous poem by the poet Bang Viet, in addition to Binh’s essays and lectures on Bang Viet’s poems, students and teachers can also refer to other essays such as , Analysis of Bang Viet’s poem “Fire Stove”The image of the fire stove in the poem Fire stove, Introduction of the stove or even the Composing Fireworks and other good essays. Hope it will help the students’ learning process better.

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